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  • Did Protests outside Trump rally actually help his campaign? (Video Only)

    04/29/2016 7:52:30 PM PDT · 55 of 79
    TheShaz to Pelham
    You have seen NOTHING yet.


    I have been predicting as it become more & more evident that Trump will win the 1,237 needed to win the Nomination the desperation will become more and more fierce.

    In six more days will be May 5th or more commonly known as Cinco De Mayo.


    I expect demonstrations to make today look minor. I do think that loss of life has a very high chance, among the opposition are people who want to cross that line.


    In the end all of this DOES help Trump, people will see this on their TV and smart phones and computers. The media can report the truth or not, it does not matter anymore, most Americans are able to decipher the Politically Correct BS coming out of the media.


    Their actions in Chicago did not effect Trump in Illinois.

  • Trumps support just went through the roof - Make America Mexico again - Proves his point (Vanity)

    04/29/2016 4:27:00 PM PDT · 16 of 100
    TheShaz to GeorgiaDawg32
    I agree. I expected things to ramp up, I did not expect it to be in California. I expected it in Indiana and the thugs to be bused in from nearby Chicago.

    I also agree that the loss of life has a very high chance to happening. The opponents are becoming more and more desperate there will eventually be a bad actor that crosses the line.


    We live in interesting times people. Buckle those chin straps and hang on!

  • Indiana Governor Will Vote For Cruz, Praises Trump, Will Support Nominee No Matter What

    04/29/2016 1:17:47 PM PDT · 68 of 70
    TheShaz to xzins

    Do you get the feeling like this was supposed to be a BIGGER event for Cruz?

    Trump stomps last Tuesday, and to try to wrestle back media coverage you announce your VP pick when you are allready mathematically eliminated.

    Trump gets the endorsement of Coach Bobby, who actually says “Endorse” so Cruz gets the sitting Governor who can’t say the word and who is in all sense riding the fence.

    Man! That has got to hurt.

  • Conservatives for Trump? (Dr. Thomas Sowell)

    04/29/2016 12:28:35 PM PDT · 26 of 109
    TheShaz to Nifster

    Until Trump gets to 1,237 the #NeverTrump folks will keep on truckin’ and that is good for them. Their right & their choice.

    But once Trump crosses that line and/or Cruz & Kasich bow out. Then at that point I will expect people to start falling in line. Because by the time the convention starts. If you are not supporting Trump and his campaign, in my opinion you are supporting Hillary and I will treat you as such.

    I didn’t care for Romney but I still supported his campaign after the convention.

    This primary race is quickly coming to the end, if Trump repeats in Indiana it’s pretty final. So if Trump is not your choice and he wins 1,237 feel free to take a bottle and go find a quiet corner. After that I will welcome you with open arms.

    So it’s not over, so I am fine with people and their opposing opinions. I just shake my head at those denying reality. But once he gets to 1,237 and you can’t come to grips I will consider you a Hillary supporter.

  • The One Big Takeaway from Trump's Overanalyzed "America First" Speech

    04/28/2016 1:56:19 PM PDT · 5 of 70
    TheShaz to Boogieman

    The closest Trump got to anything Nazi was where he was talking about pulling troops out of Germany or have them pony up. Same with Japan & South Korea.

    He pointed out we are still thinking COLD WAR and that is long gone. We are over extended and flat broke.

    I’m telling you, Rush is starting to tick me off. To imply anything Trump said in that speech has being about Nazi’s is a huge stretch.

  • Jeb Bush to Trump: The President Shouldn’t Be ‘Unpredictable’

    04/28/2016 1:51:45 PM PDT · 7 of 84
    TheShaz to C19fan


    I predicted Jeb! would say that.

    Really I did.


    04/27/2016 10:04:46 AM PDT · 66 of 157
    TheShaz to nutmeg

    I am in shock over this speech.

    Its amazing!


    04/27/2016 9:57:39 AM PDT · 54 of 157
    TheShaz to Trumpinator

    This is the 1st time I have seen him give a prepared speech.

    He has gone off script a couple of times. Its him and its fine.

    But the content of the message, outstanding. Body blow to Obama & Hillary.


    04/27/2016 9:44:41 AM PDT · 31 of 157
    TheShaz to RushIsMyTeddyBear

    Trump is killing this.

    This will force Hillary to defend Obama......Oh Snap, she was Sec of State for 4 of those years.

  • Trump’s sweep is another humiliating defeat for media and political elites

    04/27/2016 6:13:34 AM PDT · 45 of 182
    TheShaz to samtheman


    The PUNDITS and #NeverTrump opperatives are in full blown panic after Trump's NY win last week and total dominance last night.

    Cruz shot himself in the arse by officially shedding his "Outsider" label and getting into bed with Kasich and the GOP Establishment. Up until that point Teddy had a 50/50 chance in stopping Trump from reaching 1,237. But now, we have one remaining candidate that is anti establishment.


    The overriding theme of this GOP Primary season is this: We the voter & taxpayer are well beyond angry at the GOP Establishment and nothing they say or do will suffice. 

    Hillary & Democrats dont want to face Trump in the General and the best thing for them is a Brokered GOP Convention.

    So here is my Prediction.....

    Paid Protesters mostly from neighbor Chicago will descend into the Hoosier state to disrupt as many of Trump Rallies as possible. Their panic will be so high that they will resort to violence. Once that happens the #NeverTrump, media pundits and Democrats will all try to pin the blame on Trump in their last gasp effort to slow him down.


    04/21/2016 11:04:18 AM PDT · 157 of 474
    TheShaz to C19fan

    I will admit I was a fan of his music back in the 80’s and early 90’s


  • Trump: Transgenders Should 'Use the Bathroom That They Feel Is Appropriate'

    04/21/2016 8:33:06 AM PDT · 436 of 950
    TheShaz to xzins

    Donald is smart to avoid this obvious trap.

  • Nothing Changed Yesterday—And Trump Is Still Not on the Path to Nomination

    04/21/2016 8:27:53 AM PDT · 18 of 125
    TheShaz to Responsibility2nd

    I present to you....

    The Editorial Board for the National Review


    DENIAL: It aint just a river in Egypt anymore. It is the core principle of a magazie that has jumped off the track and is headed off the cliff.

  • Police charge Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski with assault

    03/29/2016 12:18:05 PM PDT · 184 of 369
    TheShaz to Lazamataz
    TRUMP should have fun with this.


    Stage a press conference without a raised podium. Mix in staffers with the reporters. Have your own cameras film wide from multiple aangles. And as the media jostle to get to the front and dare touch any of the staffers start racking up charges like a 80's video game.



  • Anti-Trump Groups Threaten ‘Largest Civil Disobedience Action of the Century’

    03/17/2016 7:31:24 AM PDT · 354 of 415
    TheShaz to AngelesCrestHighway
    Oh Goody!


    This will just be like the MILLION MAN MARCH - that couldnt get 50% of that number to participate.

  • Should Trump and Cruz unite with we the people against the establishment uni-party?

    03/16/2016 5:31:50 PM PDT · 342 of 482
    TheShaz to dforest

    WOW! Ways to get people in a frenzy. And foaming at the mouth.


    Way #1354 - Suggest to both Trump & Cruz supporters that burying the hatchet and teaming up might be the ONLY way to prevent the GOPe from eliminating BOTH of them at the convention.



    I understand that the supporters of each candidate still thinks their guy can still win on their own. But as of last night I think Ted's chances of doing just that have been mathmatically eliminated and Trump's chances of getting to 1237 delegates needed to eliminate or at least diminish GOPe shinanigans in Clevelend.

    You also have to take into consideration that Trump is the only GOP Candidate with over 8 states with the majority of the delegates, this being one of those arcane rules for eligibility.

    I'm not bashing Ted Cruz, to me the name calling is just a part of politics and its not new if you studied a little history. If anything Cruz has run a textbook campaign, he dominated most of the caucus states due to his ground game. He won his home state and its neighbor to the north.

    Bottom line, if the GOPe can do ANYTHING to prevent Trump or Cruz to get to 1237, they wil do it. 

    Kasich has won his home state, well done, but he has dont jack outside of that. Rubio who just dropped out has more delegates.

    This is a two man race, but with only one of the having any real chance at this point.




    I would like to see Trump offer the VP slot after his spends a few thousands of dollars on lawyers to defuse the Canadian thing. (Hey, its politics and you damn well know Hillary would have used it)


    Offer to nominate him to the SCOTUS - to me this is a WIN-WIN. We need a constitutionist on the bench, and here is the kicker, I bet the GOPe in the Senate would fall over themselves to vote for him, just to get him out of the US Senate.


    Now, we can sit here in this forum and play "What if.." We do not know what Trump and Cruz are going to do. but we DO know what the GOPe is going to try to do. I hope they can stop them.


    And finally......look at the list of Delagates and states won.....LOOK AT IT! The voters have spoken and the top two guys are the GOPe's worst nightmare.



  • Bury the Hatchet

    03/16/2016 8:36:47 AM PDT · 56 of 99
    TheShaz to TheShaz
    Here is a chart of the data I compiled.....




  • Bury the Hatchet

    03/16/2016 8:25:02 AM PDT · 46 of 99
    TheShaz to Mollypitcher1

    Trump WILL have to make a deal with Cruz to get his support.

    VP Slow


    Free rides on TRUMP FORCE ONE?

    Has to be something to get Cruz to back Trump before the convention.

  • Bury the Hatchet

    03/16/2016 8:14:41 AM PDT · 36 of 99
    TheShaz to QuigleyDU
    QuigleyDU: Trump/Cruz. Cruz will finish second in voting, Trump better offer, Cruz better accept, or GoPe wins and Hillary is Prez.

    I expect Trump to offer Cruz the VP ticket or submit his name to SCOTUS 15min after the inauguration.

  • Bury the Hatchet

    03/16/2016 7:46:29 AM PDT · 1 of 99

    03/15/2016 5:20:10 PM PDT · 1,136 of 3,727
    TheShaz to rdl6989

    He loves the biography story....just how out gracefully Marco.


    03/15/2016 4:25:14 PM PDT · 740 of 3,727
    TheShaz to Miss Didi

    If Trump wins...
    North Carolina

    But loses a close one to Kasich. We can still call it a good night for Trump correct?

    Or will the talking heads go nuts over a brokered convention?

  • John Kasich Goes All In For Amnesty: Illegals ‘Made In The Image Of The Lord’

    03/14/2016 8:30:16 AM PDT · 39 of 47
    TheShaz to No Dems 2016
    No Dems 2016 wrote:Is Kasich trying to lose Ohio?

    It seriously makes you wonder. It's either...

    1. Some internal polling told him to go this direction.
    2. He really belives that massive acts of illigality is a great thing.
    3. The people pulling his man's purse strings are telling him to do this.
    4. Combination of all of the above.
    Trump will be here in Tampa. today I want to go, saw him in Sarasota a few months ago, but I am stuck in the office, have to give two job interviews so I cannot shirk the job. But seriously, Trump can leave Florida, he has this state in the bag. Go get Ohio! If he gets both of them, the opposition will start to decline and stage by stage there will be acceptance to a Trump Nomination and then we can focus on Hillary.

    03/11/2016 5:32:17 PM PST · 172 of 722
    TheShaz to apostoli

    This is actually great for Trump.

    More free media.

    BLM and the other jerks are despised by normal Americans and really really despised by Registered Republicans that are for Law & Order.

  • Women are warned not to go out alone at night in Swedish town after multiple sex attacks by [tr]

    03/08/2016 7:20:37 AM PST · 20 of 32
    TheShaz to C19fan
    These people need to find their INNER VIKING and fast.


    If by some miracle the FBI drops the hammer on Hillary and Uncle Bernie is the Democrat Nominee the current situation in these socialist European countries will be so fun to point out.

  • Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler hits #1 with "Ballad Of The Green Berets" (50th Anniversary)

    03/05/2016 1:07:23 PM PST · 18 of 27
    TheShaz to IronJack

    Barry Sadler also gave us Casca book series.

  • LIVE THREAD:3 Trump rallies today.Warren,MI,9am & Cadillac, MI, 1pm (EST) & New Orleans, 6pm (CST)

    03/04/2016 5:00:08 PM PST · 549 of 654
    TheShaz to WVKayaker

    Is Rubio hustling hard for Puerto Rico to add to Mighty Minnesota and his huge Primary win column?

  • Polls show Donald Trump leading everywhere during a critical 2-week stretch

    03/04/2016 4:43:10 PM PST · 12 of 106
    TheShaz to Hugin

    OMG! He is STILL leading in the polls?

    Queue explode heads...3..2..1

  • Diamond and Silk's Rebuttal to Mitt Romney's Dumb A** Speech

    03/03/2016 1:04:30 PM PST · 10 of 28
    TheShaz to Pajamajan
    TO: PJ-Comix

    I'm a Cruz supporter and I agree with everything the ladies said.

    Go away Mitt! (All he did was convince more people to vote for Trump.) 

    To all Cruz supporters, remember this. WE ARE WINNING. And when I say "we" I mean the Anti-Establishment.


    Cruz has won several states

    Trump as won several states

    Rubio the Establishment guy has won......Minnesota and he is working real hard on getting Puerto Rico.


    I am curious how Cruz will react tonight to Romney/McCain/Establishment Kabuki Theater at the debate tonite. Will he denounce or support?


  • McCain Follows Romney In Urging Voters To Think Twice About Trump

    03/03/2016 9:51:52 AM PST · 31 of 234
    TheShaz to nascarnation

    What is this?

    Loser Lineup

  • Trump releases seven-point health care reform plan . . . and it’s excellent

    03/03/2016 7:12:18 AM PST · 10 of 72
    TheShaz to Sean_Anthony

    A honest review of Trump’s plan.

    Shame we have to go to Canada to get a honest review of anything political these days.

    Trump’s Health Plan

    My opinion it hits it out of the ball park.

    I will sit back and watch “so called conservatives” try to poke holes in it.

  • Romney to Lay Out Case Against Trump in Speech Thursday

    03/02/2016 7:41:33 PM PST · 210 of 216
    TheShaz to maggief
    Can I get Cruz supporters opinion on this?

    Romney and the GOP Establishment are in full fledged panic mode. Their 2nd guy Rubio has tanked like their 1st pick Jeb. The two leaders in the delegate count are Anti-Establishment Trump & Cruz, but because he is in the lead Trump is taking the full force of the attack.


    Is this how Cruz and his supporters want to win? 


    Now I do not think these Romney attacks will amount to anything, it seems like the more you attack Trump the better his poll numbers go. But take a step back from the fact that Trump & Cruz are still fighting for a single position and as Connor MacLeod said “There can be only one.” At the current standings Trump or Cruz and not an establishment candidate will be the nominee.

    Unless there is a brokered convention and if you support Cruz or Trump, neither of those two will be allowed to win.



    Now, I support Trump, I like Cruz but I prefer Trump more. I understand the process of this nomination that eventually there will be name calling and mudslinging. But I do believe that deep down both guys respect each other. But we are winning! Look at the delegate and state win count. All the establishment and their millions can claim is a distant third in delegate count and Minnesota. I am not calling for Cruz to step down, he did well in keeping Texas, Trump is correct he fought hard and picked up a few states. But once this month is over and the winner takes all states start rolling in unless he catches up or passes one of these guys will have to step down or nobody will get to 1237 delegates and that means Rubio.

    Just would like a honest Cruz supporters opinon.


  • CRUZ WINS Oklahoma and Texas!

    03/02/2016 4:39:54 AM PST · 536 of 560
    TheShaz to for-q-clinton

    Congradulations to Cruz for keeping Texas and picking up Oklahoma, Arkansas & Alaska!

    From a Trump supporter.


    I think the final take away from last night is this.


    The two guys they hate the most is Trump & Cruz, they put all their eggs in Jeb and he failed, then they moved to Rubio and the best he can do is Minnesota.


    This race is all about the delegate count so lets take a look.


    1. TRUMP: 285

    2. CRUZ: 161

    3. RUBIO: 87


    Cruz has twice as many as Rubio, and Trump has twice as many as Cruz.

    What I take away from last night is this. Cruz should stay in the race and Rubio needs to pack his bags. I doubt Rubio will drop out until he loses Florida, same with Kasich and Ohio. But there is no path for the Establishment.


    I understand Cruz and Trump will continue to battle, but I hope they can mend their fences before the convention becasue I sense the GOPe will start playing games, and if they do they WILL try to squeeze out both Trump & Cruz.

  • Austin/Cedar Park TX voting machine switched Trump vote to Rubio prr KLBJ-AM caller

    03/01/2016 8:14:13 AM PST · 31 of 109
    TheShaz to FreedomStar3028

    Cruz not only has to win Texas, but win with 50%+ to get all of the delegates - A narrow win or loss means Trump still gets a nice chunk of that Delegate pie. And Cruz abandoned the other states to keep his hopes in Texas alive. Trump has a healthy lead in all of them.

    Trump - massive delegate count
    Cruz - needs huge Texas win to get back into race
    Rubio - Cannot see him winning anything and 2nd place is still a loss

    Kasich & Carson - Running to be relevant as a VP or Cabinet pick


    02/29/2016 10:40:54 AM PST · 176 of 299
    TheShaz to usurper

    Only way Cruz bows out Tuesday night is if Trump pulls 50%+ in Texas. Otherwise both Trump & Cruz will get a chunk of that pie.

    I see Trump winning all of the state’s except for Texas which IMHO is a toss up, but see neither win the 50%+ margin to collect all of the delagates.

    This has been an interesting campaign year. We live in interesting times.

  • Time for Cruz to Drop Out for the Good of The Country

    02/28/2016 12:56:24 PM PST · 34 of 232
    TheShaz to tennmountainman

    It is too late.

    Rubio or Cruz each could drop out and nothing will change. Donald Trump has all of the momentum.

    Cruz and the Glen Beck wing of conservatives have a ceiling of about 25 to 30%

    Rubio and the Establishment have about the same size support with a very solid ceiling of 25 to 30%.

    The rub is if combined they might be able to take on Trump, but they cannot. If either or both drop out Trump will collect almost 50%.

    By Tuesday night this will be over.

    Cruz needs to win Texas by 50% to get a big delegate count. But right now no current poll shows him willing Texas by that kind of margin. While Trump will either win Texas and get a large chunk of the pie, or come in 2nd place and still pick up a large chunk of that delegate pie. But Super Tuesday is not all about Texas. Trump is set to sweep the rest by large margins.

    Rubio the Establishment Guy.....by the end of Super Tuesday IMHO will have zero wins and Cruz with maybe two(Iowa & Texas if he pulls it off).

  • FIREWALL CRUMBLES: Cruz prepares for election day massacre by pulling out of Alabama events

    02/24/2016 11:49:54 PM PST · 247 of 493
    TheShaz to Darth Reardon

    Looks like Super Tuesday might be Ted Cruz’s swan song.

    Last polls showing Trump has pulled even in Texas and there is still time for that scale to tip completely against Cruz.

    I have never bashed Cruz or his supporters who have been loyal to him.

    I think South Carolina and the evangelical vote leaving him was the final straw. As much as Cruz’s time in the US Senate has been anti establishment the fact that he holds office period when the mood has been “We want an outsider” didn’t help either.

    IMHO Cruz’s mistake was...
    * Hiring staffers that pulled tricks then forced to fire them.
    * Glen Beck as a spokesman. I used to DVR his show on Fox News. But since he went solo I do not know what happened to the guy. I will not call him crazy. But whatever the issue is, it is pushing support away rather than pulling it in.
    * Cruz ran a race for 2012 and not 2016. His deep conservative tone might have worked against someone like Romney. But has proven ineffective against Trump.

    I expect Cruz to withdrawal if he loses in Texas, he will get some delegates Tuesday but the writing is on the wall. Then it will be a two man race and Rubio with his youth, Establishment backing and historical record on immigration will do him in two weeks later.

    Then we will see how/if Trump can mend fences. I expect him to have the nomination wrapped up by April. Does he pull Rubio in so he can control the Establishment or throw them a bone?

    As for Cruz. Truth be told I see him not as a VP but as a very logical selection to the vacant Supreme Court position.

  • Bernie Supporter needs a tissue

    02/23/2016 12:21:55 PM PST · 2 of 15
    TheShaz to TheShaz

    So my biggest question is this.


    If she is calling registered Democrats and Independants and getting Trump supporters....what does that mean?

    Democrat crossover is real?

  • Bernie Supporter needs a tissue

    02/23/2016 12:16:36 PM PST · 1 of 15
  • The Great Republican Revolt

    02/23/2016 3:24:25 AM PST · 27 of 48
    TheShaz to Balding_Eagle

    I laugh when the media keeps trying to put Trump’s campaign and it’s success in a box so they can explain and or denounce the box.

    The flailing about of these minstrels has been my source of entertainment this election cycle.

    I have never trusted the left leaning media and personally blame them for enabling the Washington DC crowd to damage this nation to its current state.

    The so called conservative media in this past year have joined the liberal media to the point they are indistinguishable. When the GOP Congress rolled over and played dead to Obama last spring and you see the liberal media celebrate Obama’s mighty pen and then the so-called conservative media and their pundits defend Congresses inaction.

    I woke up. I don’t think I was alone. Donald Trump’s campaign success tell me I am not alone.

  • (Vanity) Do "won't support Trump" "conservatives" want Hillary naming Supreme Court justices?

    02/22/2016 11:44:08 AM PST · 22 of 138
    TheShaz to brandon craig

    We are down to a 3 man race.

    More mud slinging will continue, supporters of one candidate will get their feathers ruffled and proclaim that if their candidate does not win the nomination or candidate “X” wins.....I will refuse to vote or support....blah....blah.....blah.

    I will support the eventual winner. And I do believe the majority will as well.


    All three are better than Hillary so calm down. Take a deep breath. Let’s see how this plays out. I have my favorite of the three but I will not throw gasoline on the fire on this post.

    Breathe in................Breathe out...........

  • Post South Carolina Results – “The Looming Inferno”…

    02/21/2016 3:36:16 PM PST · 54 of 119
    TheShaz to 2ndDivisionVet
    To: Bratch

    So the movement is not so much pro-Trump as it is anti-Cruz?

    No, the movement is ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT. Trump and Cruz are just grabbing different segments.

    Cruz: Deep, deep conservatives. And some evangelicals. You saw last night, he is not getting as much of them as predicted.

    Trump: He has a wider net, and therefore more people and votes. His bashing Political Corectness, it has been discounted by way too many. But it is striking a chord from Conservatives to Reagan Democrats and Independants. Thanks to Obama, Americahas been kicked around, put down and spit apon to the extent I have not seen since the Jimmy Carter days. Trump's brash talk is resonating

    Now personally I am #1 for Trump and #2 for Cruz. If something happens and Trump falters and falls away, I will support Cruz. I expect the same to happen in reverse. I know some on here say "No Way", but most will. 

    I know the race got heated in South Carolina, but that is SC for you, by the time the race gets there, they want to see if you can take and give a punch. In the end, I expect to see all the GOP Candidates on the stage in Cleveland in July.

    I think Trump said it best last night "Running for President is tough, its nasty, its mean......its beautiful"

  • Post South Carolina Results – “The Looming Inferno”…

    02/21/2016 3:23:39 PM PST · 41 of 119
    TheShaz to Bratch

    Here is an example of the Pundits and their "Ceiling" limitation......

    Trump won by double digits again. Hard to compare the win to the polls because some of them like the NBC/WSJ decided to do an agenda poll right before the election. Right about now they are trying to get the rotten egg out of their hair.

    Ladies and Gentlemen we have a 3 Way Race for the Republican Party.

    1. Donald Trump

    2. Marco Rubio

    3. Ted Cruz


    Trump: Watching the TV last night I saw it from all three major networks. "Yeah, Trump won, but we will talk about who wins the 2nd place". This was a dominating double digit win. He won all of the delegates. At times FOX NEWS at least went to the digital board and show that Cruz's supposed evangelical base is just not there. It wasn't until Hannity came on and he had Mayor Giuliani on who finally pointed out just how big of a win this is. Now many of the pundits and the people who don't like Trump will complain about the vitriol. But this is South Carolina, they like to see if a candidate can take a punch and then punch back. What they saw was a power hitter laying people flat out.

    Rubio: With Jeb bowing out and I consider Kasich a non factor. Marco should pick up the Establishment support. His speech was nice, the guy can really give a polished speech. But this is another problem. I really think that along with Political Correctness, canned speeches are becoming so "Last Election Cycle". This country elected a President that is a master of reading off a Teleprompter, a master at it. All the other skills required for the job were totally lacking and we are currently paying the price. But it was a pretty speech. This is where the "Cieling" crap on TV was crazy, they assume that Rubio will get ALL of Jeb's numbers. And that is just not true. He will get most. But "most" will not be enough to overcome Trump.

    Cruz: Outside of Jeb, Cruz was the biggest loser. Almost immediately Cruz's people were saying "South Carolina" means nothing. This state was never on our radar, was never a "Must win". They were spinning like a Kenmore on meth. All we heard was how Cruz was going to carry the state, or at least carry the evangelical vote. He went about the state with pastors far & wide, he toured with Glen Beck, who I must say...Cruz needs to distance himself from Beck, he is giving off serious "Looney" vibes. Glen Beck IMHO needs to grab some prepper food packs and go live in a cave for a while till his sanity returns. I used to DVR his TV show on FOX NEWS, I really liked the guy, but since he went solo the marbles have been escaping the noggin.....get my drift? Back to Cruz. He has the deep, deep conservative vote. That vote alone will not win him the nomination. Outside of a decent showing in Texas (his home state), I just cant see a path to the Nomination for him.


    Other tid bits. Things are looking good for the eventual GOP Nominee. Turnout between the parties are almost polar opposites. The Democrats were lucky to get a couple dozen to caucus in Nevada. New Hampshire numbers were the same, way down from 2008. Iowa is hiding the final tally. But in NH and SC, Republican turnout have set records.



    We live in interesting times my friends. I hope your popcorn supply is high. If not ask Glen Beck, I am sure he has a stockpile in his prepper supply.


  • LIVE THREAD:Trump rally in Atlanta 2/21/2016 @ 4:00 (EST) Georgia World Congress Center

    02/21/2016 1:51:29 PM PST · 365 of 785
    TheShaz to Pravious

    Is anybody else’s RightSide feed out of sync, or is it my computer?

    Feed is fine. Video is even decent with the lights off.

  • LIVE THREAD:Trump rally in Atlanta 2/21/2016 @ 4:00 (EST) Georgia World Congress Center

    02/21/2016 1:50:06 PM PST · 355 of 785
    TheShaz to MS.BEHAVIN

    Countdown to the 1st cartoon of Cruz at the light switch in the building.

  • LIVE THREAD:Trump rally in Atlanta 2/21/2016 @ 4:00 (EST) Georgia World Congress Center

    02/21/2016 1:50:02 PM PST · 354 of 785
    TheShaz to MS.BEHAVIN

    Countdown to the 1st cartoon of Cruz at the light switch in the building.

  • LIVE THREAD:Trump rally in Atlanta 2/21/2016 @ 4:00 (EST) Georgia World Congress Center

    02/21/2016 1:48:31 PM PST · 349 of 785
    TheShaz to dragnet2

    The lights go off and that would train wreck everyone else.

    Trump is having fun.

  • LIVE THREAD:Trump rally in Atlanta 2/21/2016 @ 4:00 (EST) Georgia World Congress Center

    02/21/2016 1:34:09 PM PST · 296 of 785
    TheShaz to Seattle Conservative

    Estimated crowd size today?

  • LIVE THREAD:Trump rally in Atlanta 2/21/2016 @ 4:00 (EST) Georgia World Congress Center

    02/21/2016 1:32:51 PM PST · 291 of 785
    TheShaz to PJBankard


  • A Three-Man Race After South Carolina: What we Learned

    02/21/2016 5:22:01 AM PST · 83 of 131
    TheShaz to Right_Wing_Madman

    The biggest loser last night was not Jeb who dropped out. But Cruz. South Carolina and the other Bible Belt SEC states were to be his firewall. Last night proved that there is no such thing. If you look at that one demographic Evangelicals, Trump beat him and it wasn’t close.

    If you go adding this person and that person combined beats Trump.....that is a fantacy game.

    This race is still Establishment vs the Anti-Establishment. When Cruz can’t get traction in the SEC next month he will drop out, When Kasich ends up a distant 3rd in Ohio he will drop out. In one month it will be a two man race.

    Trump vs Rubio

    As much as Cruz fans and Trump fans have gone after each other. At its base was anger vs the Establishment and that will win out in the end.

    Without a doubt this has been a very interesting election cycle.